[bugzilla at linuxfromscratch.org: [Bug 418] procps-3.0.5]
ca9mbu at eos.sunderland.ac.uk
Thu Oct 24 04:20:42 PDT 2002
"Greg Schafer" <gschafer at zip.com.au> wrote
> Well, I'll start the discussion by saying that the 3.x series seems to
> be by the original maintainer ie: before the redhat guy. It appears he was
> sparked into action when Rik van Riel started releasing the new 2.x
> So while there is some maintainer activity with procps, maybe someone
> submit the LFS patch for integration into upstream source? Someone who
> properly understands the problem?
> And while we are at it, there is now no need for the XSCPT="" thing as
> this has been removed from the Makefile.
Well, from what I heard (and I can't remember where I heard it) - the 2.x
series that Rik van Riel is now maintaining is the one being used by the
guys on lkml and is more in sync with the current kernel developments, but
how true this is I'm not in a position to say.
<rant>Open source is all well and good until people abuse it by releasing
"derived" projects. Why either Rik or the maintainer of the sourceforge
based project couldn't collaborate, thereby having just the single procps
package I don't know.</rant>
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